Nature of work assigned to the section:
• To develop appropriate attitude and knowledge of all concerned Govt. functionaries, PRI functionaries, self help groups and functionaries of related institutions in order for them to act as change agents to facilitate the process leading to “community's health in community's hands”.
• To institutionalize the system of public health monitoring by the Panchayats.
• To sensitize communities on the issues of public health with particular reference disease prevalence, mortality and morbidity pattern, order of birth, nutrition, safe drinking water, sanitation and personal hygiene, immunization, nutritional status, care for adolescent, pregnant and lactating mothers etc.
• To build capacity of the communities to plan, implement and manage health care interventions by developing among them a strong sense of ownership of the system.
• To work out plans at the different levels for improving outreach, particularly in unserved and under-served areas through regular monitoring and facilitation so as to improve access of the communities to basic health services.
To improve coordination among the various units of service providers, Panchayati Raj Institutions and community members
|Doctors under State Budget||Doctors under NRHM|
|15 Nos||1 Nos||7 Nos|
The Fourth Saturday meeting at GP level has already started under the Alipurduar Zilla and also the same is monitored by Programmed Coordinator, and Supervisors posted in two blocks.
|4th Saturday meeting status|
|Sl No||Name of Block||Aug 2017||Sep 2017||Oct 2017||Nov 2017||Dec 2017||Jan 2018|
Village Health Sanitation Nutrition Committee programme just started under Alipurduar Zilla Parishad. Process of Training of Trainers (TOT) and thereafter undertaking training of VHSNC members for creating an effecting tool of awareness generation, programme implementation and monitoring management, will be undertaken.
|Updated Report on Physical Performance under CHCMI Programmed|
|Sl No||Name of Block||Total Sansad||No. of VHSNCs formed||No. of VHSNCs opened Bank A/c||No. of VHSNCs sensitized||GP Orientation held|
Vector borne diseases are not just a ‘seasonal’ threat but are perennial now. 2016 has witnessed a huge upsurge of dengue cases at Alipurduar specially Jaigaon-I, jaigaon-II which are adjacent to Bhutan. In 2017, it is observed that the cases have already peaked up in comparison to the same period of the previous year.Malaria & Dengu cases, being reported from several districts with a few deaths even in summer, is a threat too although of a milder degree. So CHCMI cell with collaboration of Mission Nirmal Bangla took a great initiative to curb epidemic like Dengu and Malaria.